Captivating approach with this storyline. Very well researched. Historically accurate combined with a skillful writing style. Reads like a great mystery novel.
I've heard much of what is written but not in such a condensed manner. An onslaught of 'need to know' material. Next listen I will keep pen and pad within reach. Recommend.
Presumtuous and fluffy. This did not impact me as scientific as much as it seemed to be the author's perspectives. Not impressed... did not finish the free chapter...
Well researched and delivered. Details matter in such weighty issues as freedom, liberty, and honesty. Clever and witty as well.
After lending his scholastic credentials I found the course of discussion to degrade rapidly into supposition while chasing 'details' in repetitive banter. I stopped listening soon in to the second part. I should have bought a baseball book.
I stopped reading the Cary Grant book when it was released... tantamount to walking out of a film in progress. Did not care for this author's writing style. Laborious descriptions and excessive sentence grafting... Overall frustration as my intent was (and is) to learn more about Grant and those days in the industry.
Have a similar reaction to the Reagan book - even in audio. Wanting to know more about the life and times yet there is again a distraction from the author's writing style... along with more opinions and unreferenced assertions than desired.
Eliot has obviously researched the material and many parts of the book are useful in the learning sense, but the composition of words to often interrupts my concentration.
Most likely won't be reading from this author again.
Highly recommend this work... dynamic characters, well documented writing, amazing results.
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